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«Vermont Technical College Catalog 2011-2012 Bachelor of Science Architectural Engineering Technology Business Technology and Management Computer ...»

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*Students who place into ENG 1042 must also take ENG 1060 to complete first-year English.

**Students must complete a minimum of four Arts and Humanities (AH) and Social Science (SS) electives, with at least one at the 3XXX level.

Electrical Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Graduates of this program are able to work in any number of challenging positions.

As engineering technicians, they may participate in such varied activities as research, development, design, production, or manufacturing of complex electrical, electronic, or electromechanical products. Testing, quality control, marketing, installation, and customer service are among the job opportunities available.

Students may also pursue a dual major with Computer Engineering Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology. Upon completion of a two year Associate’s Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, students may pursue a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Electromechanical Engineering, Sustainable Design & Technology, or Business Technology & Management.

The Associate of Engineering in Electrical Engineering Technology program will:

• provide students with the capabilities to be immediately employable and productive in the workplace

• provide the education so that graduates are knowledgeable in both theory and application

• instill the necessary skills so that graduates are qualified for positions of responsibility

• provide the base of knowledge so that graduates are prepared for lifelong learning and can adapt to new and emerging technologies

• provide the base of knowledge so that the graduate can continue their formal education Students with an Associate of Engineering in Electrical Engineering Technology should be able to

demonstrate:

• an appropriate mastery of the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of electrical engineering technology

• understand the concepts of AC/DC circuit analysis and demonstrate the ability to apply concepts learned in class experimentally

• understand the concepts of digital electronics and demonstrate the ability to apply concepts learned in class experimentally

• understand the fundamental operation of semiconductor devices and their application in modern electronic circuits

• use standard software engineering tools related to electrical, computer, and software disciplines

• program in several languages, including those related to microcontrollers and PLCs • the ability to apply basic current knowledge of the electrical, computer, and software engineering fields and adapt this knowledge to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology • the ability to apply creativity in the design of products (systems, components, or processes) appropriate to EET objectives • the ability to function effectively on teams • the ability to identify, analyze, and solve technical problems • the ability to communicate effectively • the recognition of the need for and the ability to engage in lifelong learning by researching, reading, and understanding relevant documents • the ability to understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities • a respect for the diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal, and global issues • a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement

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*Students who place into ENG 1042 must also take ENG 1060 to complete first-year English.

**Students who do not place into MAT 1420 will be required to complete the Engineering Foundations Track (EFT) prior to entering an engineering first-year curriculum ***Students must complete a minimum of one Arts and Humanities (AH) and once Social Science (SS) elective.

Electrical Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology is a locally and nationally recognized degree.

Engineering graduates are involved in a wide spectrum of activities, from software design to the assembly of complex control systems. Graduates with the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology program will have the technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and/or maintenance of electrical/electronic systems. In addition to having strengths in the building, testing, operation, and maintenance of existing electrical systems, graduates will be well prepared for development and implementation of electrical/electronic systems.

They will be able to take on the role of engineers and senior technicians in the design and manufacture of complex systems, as well as field support and customer service inquiries.

Graduates will have the skills, technical experience, and capabilities necessary to succeed in the workplace.

Recent Vermont Tech graduates are involved in alternative energy, chip production/ design, aviation, and many other fields.

For the first two years of the program, students will follow the same curriculum as the Associate of Engineering in Electrical Engineering Technology program. For the “plus two” portion of the curriculum, students will broaden and deepen their knowledge in the areas of mathematics; physics; arts and humanities; social sciences, electromechanical systems, programming, and advanced electrical design.





The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology program will:

• provide students with the capability to be immediately employable and productive in the workplace

• provide the educational foundation so that graduates are knowledgeable in both theory and application, with the ability to analyze, design, and implement electrical and electronic systems and products

• qualify graduates for positions of responsibility with the ability to apply project management techniques to electrical/electronic systems

• instill the need for creativity in the design of systems, components, or processes by having students research and develop multiple solutions to problems and use a variety of tools and techniques in their work

• prepare graduates for lifelong learning and adaptation to new and emerging technologies

• provide the base of knowledge so that graduates can continue their formal education Students with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology should be able

to demonstrate:

• an appropriate mastery of the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of electrical engineering

• use standard software engineering tools related to electrical, computer, and software disciplines

• program in several languages, including those related to microcontrollers and PLCs

• the ability to apply basic current knowledge of the electrical, computer, and software engineering fields and to adapt this knowledge to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology

• the ability to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments and to apply experimental results to improve processes

• the ability to apply creativity in the design of products (systems, components, or processes) appropriate to EET objectives

• research and evaluate new technologies (electrical, computer, or software) and make recommendations about such technologies based on features, performance, and cost

• the ability to function effectively on teams

• the ability to identify, analyze, and solve technical problems

• the ability to communicate effectively

• the recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in lifelong learning by researching, Electrical Engineering Technology reading, and understanding relevant documents

• the ability to understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities

• a respect for diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal, and global issues

• a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement The normal number of credits required for the degree is 135.

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*Students who place into ENG 1042 must also take ENG 1060 to complete first-year English.

**Students must complete a minimum of four Arts and Humanities (AH) and Social Science (SS) electives, including at least one from each discipline and one at the 3XXX level *** Technical electives must be approved by the department.

Note: General education requirements for the program include 24 credits minimum, nine of which must contain a strong writing component. Three of these credits are included in ELT 4701 and 4702.

Electromechanical Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technology Graduates of this program bridge the traditional gap between engineering disciplines via an interdisciplinary program that emphasizes problem-solving in a design and manufacturing environment where the challenges are both mechanical and electrical. Successful students are prepared to bring this broader understanding to the design, development, manufacturing, and technical support of emerging products, integrating and improving both the product and the process. In larger firms, this might be as a member of the design or manufacturing team, while smaller companies might assign this role to a single individual.

The ELM program is the second leg of a “two-plus-two” curriculum. The junior year offers courses in advanced math, science, and sensor technology, along with “crossover” courses that vary according to a student’s prior educational background.

The Bachelor of Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technology program will:

• provide students with the capabilities to be immediately employable and productive in the workplace

• provide the education so that graduates are knowledgeable in both theory and application with the ability to analyze, design, and implement electrical/ electromechanical systems and products

• qualify graduates for positions of responsibility with the ability to apply project management techniques to electrical/electromechanical systems

• instill the need for creativity in the design of systems, components, or processes by having students research and develop multiple solutions to problems and use a variety of tools and techniques in their work

• prepare graduates for lifelong learning and adaptation to new and emerging technologies

• provide the base of knowledge so that graduates can continue their formal education Students with a Bachelor of Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

should be able to demonstrate:

• an appropriate mastery of the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of electromechanical engineering

• use standard software engineering tools related to electrical, computer, and software disciplines

• program in several languages, including those related to microcontrollers and PLCs • the ability to apply basic current knowledge of the electrical, mechanical, computer, and software engineering fields and to adapt this knowledge to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology • the ability to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments and to apply experimental results to improve processes • the ability to apply creativity in the design of products (systems, components, or processes) appropriate to ELM objectives • research and evaluate new technologies (electrical, computer, or software) and make recommendations about such technologies based on features, performance, and cost • the ability to function effectively on teams • the ability to identify, analyze, and solve technical problems • the ability to communicate effectively • the recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in lifelong learning by researching, reading, and understanding relevant documents • the ability to understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities Electromechanical Engineering Technology

• a respect for diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal, and global issues

• a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement The normal number of credits required in the junior and senior years is 66.

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* General Education requirement for the BS.ELM program include a cumulative 24 credits, nine of which must contain a strong writing component. Some of these credits may have been earned in previous degree studies. Three of these credits are included in the ELM Senior Project courses (ELM 4701 and 4702), and three credits must be at a 3XXX level.

*** Technical electives may be selected from several areas, including computer science, mathematics, and business: CHE 1031, MAT 2533, 2021, 2533, BUS 2210, 2440 and, for EETELM track students only, MEC 2050 or 2130.

Note: EET to ELM track courses required of students with two-year electrical/electronic coursework; MEC to ELM track courses required of students with two-year mechanical Engineering Technology Foundations Engineering Technology Foundations Track The Engineering Technology Foundations Track (EFT) is a one-year curriculum that is designed to improve mathematics, science, and study skills for students who are unprepared for the rigors of the Vermont Tech engineering programs. It also has the increased benefit of reducing class load for students in the first semesters of their chosen engineering program.

At Vermont Tech, the engineering programs are quite rigorous and students that do not place into MAT 1420 are required to complete the EFT two-semester sequence prior to entering into the regular engineering degree curriculum.

In addition to the EFT track, students who do not initially place into MAT 1420 may opt to take Summer Bridge prior to the start of their first semester. If math placement has improved after Summer Bridge to the extent that the student can be placed into MAT 1420, they will be allowed directly into the degree curriculum and will not be required to take the EFT.

The Summer Bridge program is an intensive four-week residential program that provides early main campus orientation, preparatory pre-college coursework in mathematics, physics, English, and computer. For more information on Summer Bridge, contact the Admissions office.

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